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Iglesia de Santa Maria la Mayor, Trujillo

(4.4/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Iglesia de Santa Maria la Mayor is located in Trujillo. Iglesia de Santa Maria la Mayor is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Trujillo Edition.
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  • At the outset, and not think that this is a church-what is not criminal bastion. In principle, like all Trujillo built sturdily for ages. That would withstand any attack. And this holy place is no exception.
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  • For only €2 be visited this beautiful church tardoromanica in the 13th, with Gothic elements. Climb to the tower which is worth, after both step, the contemplation of the urban area of Trujillo. If they don't know it, in one of the bell towers the restorative cantero was allowed to license carve the coat of arms of the athletic (Bilbao, clarified).
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  • The Church is a national monument and is worth a visit. It is built on a Romanesque building, which still retains a tower. The interior boasts a spectacular altarpiece. The most interesting is that you can upload to its two towers (Romanesque and Gothic) and enjoy exceptional views of the city. Input I think it costs 2 euros and is worth it if you are going to climb the towers. The stairs are quite comfortable, but many are so I do not recommend it for people with mobility problems or young children.
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  • It's beautiful. I liked it more with night lighting.
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  • Is must-see
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  • Beautiful place in Trujillo, a symbolic square where you can enjoy something.
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  • Very nice
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  • One of my favorites of the late Romanesque. The coat of arms of the Athletic Club who appears sculpted in its structure is the work of Antonio Serván, craftsman in charge of 58 capitals.
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